As many as 100 people fell into the water following the collapse of a wooden deck at Shuckers Bar & Grill leaving at least 33 injured, 24 taken to local hospitals with 2 in critical condition, according to local media.
Former South African leader Nelson Mandela was taken to a Pretoria hospital early Saturday in serious but stable condition.
Jimmy Fallon strikes again, this time with “Regulate” by Warren G.
This woman is apparently very, very scared of magicians.
New video appears to show the extremely large and deadly EF-5 tornado from El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. It measured 2.6 miles at its widest point.
The DomiCopter will be delivering hot Domino’s pizza to your neighborhood if a franchise in the United Kingdom has its way.
Updated: A violent storm formed west of Oklahoma City late Friday afternoon and produced several tornadoes that left at least eighteen people dead, officials said. A Weather Channel employee is among the injured.
National Weather Services reports that today’s tornado near Oklahoma City sustained winds topping 200 mph.
Whether you agree with their “coverage” or not, we can all agree that it’s stinkin’ hot. Photo evidence presented with appalling captions.
Former dictator Rios Montt has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for genocide and an additional 30 years for crimes against humanity.
Police resorted to flash-bang grenades and pepper spray to move the crowd out of the downtown area of Seattle Wednesday night.
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect was placed on the “Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment” list after the FBI spoke to him in 2011.
The Twitter accounts of @60Minutes @CBSDenver and @48hours were compromised on Saturday.
As NSFW as you’d expect… and then some.
Can you trust Twitter to tell you when nothing’s happening? Mostly, yes.
In a special statement, North Korea said it will deal with every inter-Korean issue in a wartime manner, Yohhap News reports. The declaration refocuses the conflict from hollow threats to Atlanta to dead-serious ones targeting Seoul.
Computer networks of the nation’s key broadcasters and banks were completely paralyzed Wednesday in what appeared to be a cyber attack, police said.
North Korea says it is scrapping all non-aggression pacts with South Korea and closing its hotline with Seoul, BBC reports.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez last words were: “I don’t want to die. Please don’t let me die.”
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s breathing problems have worsened and there is a new ‘severe’ infection, Associated Press reports.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman plans to run a basketball camp for children and will compete against North Korean athletes in the hopes it will be attended by Kim Jong Un.
The New York Times revises Ed Koch’s obituary, the Lightning supports gay athletes, and Matt Bomer is the “Da Man” in this morning’s LGBT news roundup.
Flickr Commons compiled a gallery of its most popular photos to celebrate the site’s fifth birthday. (via the Library of Congress & Flickr Commons)
Dear Abby creator Pauline Phillips has died at age 94. In her honor, BuzzFeed has compiled some of her more interesting questions and answers.
Luckily no one inside the apartment building was hurt. It’s still unclear what the thief was attempting to do with the stolen train.
For the first time in history, an accused terrorist has spoken to the press from Guantanamo Bay prison camp. (via AFP)
Local news is made interesting by looking at these nice faces. Add whoever makes you turn on the 6 O’Clock news.
Current’s CEO Joel Hyatt informed his staff that they had been purchased by Qatar-based Al-Jazeera, and that the network would no longer be carried by Time Warner Cable in an email on January 2. The subject line: “BIG NEWS FOR THE NEW YEAR!”